“Post-truth” does not exist in the opening of tree buds.”
Weekly photo challenge: Earth
I went to the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC a few weeks ago to see the Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors exhibit. Perhaps the most enjoyable part was the end, where you exited through a room with a dense fog of colorful stickers. The panorama shown above makes them look like enlarged skittles.
They gave each visitor three of these circular adhesive gems. I put one on a pair of shoes, the other on a piano, and the final one on a light fixture (not seen in the pictures above).
As for the mirrors, they looked a little something like this:
“When you try to stay on the surface of the water, you sink; but when you try to sink, you float’ and that ‘insecurity is the result of trying to be secure.”
— Alan Watts on the ‘law of reversed effort’, also known as the ‘backwards law’ when doing what’s right make things wrong (as featured in The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking)
Weekly Photo Challenge: Atop
“To you, clerk, literary man, sedentary person, man of fortune, idler, the same advice. Up!”
While misfits are born to clash, they often make a good match.